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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1900 Harness Harness Harness Saddles Saddles Whips Leather Robes Robes Whips Whips W HARDWARE 124 6 East 'Washington Street. POLITICS AND SOCIETY Exhibition of the Wilson-Smith Com edy Co. in Frescott. Prescott, Ariz., Cot. 16. 1900. (Spe cial Correspondence of The Arizona republican.) Last evening's domocra tio rally at the court house must ha .-e made Mark Smith wonder what chill spirit had gotten control of the usuallj howlingly demonstrative Yavapai dem ocrats, as he failed to elicit more than a few rounds of applause in his speedy transition from one theme to another touching the welfare and otherwise of his party. Mr. J. '. Herr.don as chairman of the meeting was well received, as he ever is on the stump and elsewhere, and remarks were heard in the room during the course of his able talk be fore introducing the speaker of the evening, that if he had received trv nomination to congress instead of '-the twins-1 or either of them there would be a chance of the party winning out in this fight to the tinish. In the course of his first remarks he said that when the "little misunderstanding" oc curred in the democratic ranks down in Phoenix when two candidates were nominated, they had hoped the repub licans would have had the good sense not to make a nomination, it being un necessary with two very able candi dates already in the field. . hmifh each sneaker durin course of the evening seemed to ha his own particular fry. yet Gov. Mur made the common (Herndon, Wilson shafts Hew thick the L-wtlle llf llSll to phy was naturally target of the trio , ml Smith), and the and fast as barbed indi-ver- i-h. t on- the arrows can. apimun.-.i echoes of enthusiasm from a single red hot democrat in the rear of the house. After Col. Wilson had been intro duced to the audience, to whom be was . an already well known figure of sight i ,rw.o,-h he snoke in a voice of great nn fi" - - feeling, ami apparent nuskmess catinsr a threatened lachrymal flow and related in detail the causes and results of the late misunderstand ing in the democratic ranks of the territory. He also touchingly lingered on his magnanimity (which, of course, had been apparent to all. and for whien he was duly applauded) in resigning the field to Mr. Smith, -lor the sake of harmonv In. and the best . interests ot the party." Col. Wilson's speech the main dwelt upon the issues ot im perialism and militarism. After the conclusion of hisspi while the band play d on. a number u it,et the hall, and at th .1. nf -Mv Country, 'tis of Thee vi-i, 5r.iith was ushered upon platform and began by imbibing freely of the only liquid at hand, "agua tria. in anticipation of the throat parcnin,' sentiments he was about to give utter ance to. The explanation immediate ly following of the "little misunder standing" seemed rather strained to an unsophisticated listener, but was re ceived with at least a slight show ot .satisfaction on the part of most .if his hearers. He had before him a con gressional record from whic h he ciuoted occasionally and succeeded in at last warming himself up to the boiling point by the strain of his thirty min utes attac k upon the congress! mal sins of ommission and commission per petrated by late Delegate Murphy, un der a "republican house," republican senate, and, Veritas:) a republican president! The meeting was adjourned very quietly at a decently early i:our, and no such "bum-d-ay" demonstration followed as was heard the night ire conquering ( or conquered) heroes of the late democ ratic territorial conven tion arrived home from Phoenix, and held a banquet at the Sli.rnian house. N'lght watchman Ceo. Giles and his minions were arrested today in the act of "shop-lifting." i. e., darkness caught them in the very act. of moving awy the Murphy building, corner of Gut b y and Cortez st reels, (the Wo:ster store and entire contents) just as they h.ol succeed 'd in raisiog and t ransoort ing it by main force of nam!.! land rollers; into the middle of tiv side street, af ter cutting of that particular shop from Ihe adjoining u(H btnl lings. When they were thus ai res:- 1 in their daring purpose. iliey somewhat hastily be took each himself to mere or less con genial surrounding. and occupation. Mr. (Jiles his been requested to transfer the said property to Hi-' "county reservation grounds" of the plaza, where he will tie required to leave it under the temporary jurisdiction of the county author ities, until iis final disposition has been passed upon. To expedite the work of removal. Mr. (iiles asc ended to the roof of the building, from which height he could more readily issue orders all around, and to help remove obstruc tions such as telegraph and other wires, and thus providing against vex atious delays in the work of removal, he became sadly entangled and at-ir.nst lost in the mesh of wires encountered on the corner. However, Mr. Giles has won the proud distinction of being aide to move buildings with greater celerity than anyone who has yet attempted shoplifting and house moving. Mr. V!ooster, notwithstanding liis almost forcible ejectment from the premises today will continue to hold and occupy the same, and endeavor to dispose of his present 'stock before his removal to the Cook & Smith new 1'nioii block on Gurley street, which will be completed about December 1. One of the 'prettiest "At Homes" recently given by Prescott's society da. res was the flower reception at the home of Mrs. J. W. Akers this after noon at which the rose was enthroned i as queen over all. White walls render ed very effective the dedicate tracery of green from the odorous pepper trees, which was hung from the mouldings, while portieres of similar green were cleverly constructed over rope cur tains of green tones. Masses of roses of different varieties and colors greet ed the eye at every point. I'pon the exit of the ladies from the daintily ar ranged dining room, where small tables were laid for servic es of four at each, was a table loaded with a great profusion of "the queen of queens," the American beauty rose, one of whic h was presented as a favor or souvenir to each guest. This table of beau'y was presided over by beauty in the guise of Miss Bethtine. while Misses Violet Hatz, Flossie Marks, Amy Nel son and Haltie Oliver successfully dis pensed the edibles in the way of sal ads, relishes and sweets served at the tables. while Miss Jessie San ford's was' the plasant task of ushering and introducing the guests into the recep tion room upon their arrival. Mrs. W. A. ("'line discoursed sweet strains upon the piano, and all went merrily and smoothly as a 'mar riage bell firtm two o'cloc k until dusk falling dispersed the last of the guests for the afternoon. Over a hundred guests were entertained during the course of the afternoon, at different hours. Mrs. Akers should feel justly proud of the unequalled sue: e.-s she attained as this was her first enter tainment, given on so comparatively large a scale, and will probably ulso be the last she may give at the "old home." which as iust been sold and ! will be vacated In n connle tif Weeks. to make room for another "couple of weeks." i. e., Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. P. Weeks, and her mother and father, wh will occupy the premises. ni'srxEss from the word no: A Yorkshire vicar recently received the following note from one of his parishioners: "This is to give you notice that I and Miss Jemima Ara bella llrearley are coming to your church on Saturday afternoon next to undergo the operation of matrimony at your hands. Please be prompt cab is hired by the hour, is forearmed." Tit-bits. as tne Forewarned compliment was being paid to himself, rose and solemnly bowed. Investors in real estate can find many interesting items on our list. The Evans Loan & Investment Co. HE lti:.M.I,Y SAID Hit VANISM. Itev. Dr. The ulore L.. Cuyler, of Brooklyn, makes haste to correct a re port of a political speech recently made by him. in which he was made to speak of the funeral of Mr. Bryan on the clay after election. The reverend gentleman explains that what he really spoke about was the funeial of P.ryanism on the day named, and lie takes occasion to quote the remark of the miner who said that the funeral would take place if '.he fragments of the deceased could be found. GARDEN CITY RESTAURANT THE OLDEST IS THE CITY. Enjoys the best standing with traderaen Buys e;ryth'ng at spot cah price and gives tne best 'i'lcjneal. TUCK HINQ & CO. S3 and 21 Washington St , east of Jacobs fc Co. Private rooms for families. Tickets $4 50. Single meals 'J5 cents. FIGURE IT UP! Firsn fall opening of trimmed milli nery at Scofield's. October IS and 19. THE BLISS OF IGNORANCE. f If we give you the same carpeK for C-"c per yard that other dealers ask you S3c for, how much will you save? 20c on one yard or $8.00 on 40 yards. Sounds like a pretty good proposition, doesn't it? It's as good as it sounds. We have the best line of carpets shown in 'the city and we can give you better prices than you can get elsewhere. These goods are new and of the latest novelties direct from the loom to us. Among the good stories in circulation ; about '.he late Joseph Harris, the well j known master of the city of London j school, is one in connection with Lard j Mayer Owd-n. That worthy gentleman j was not a Creek scholar, and the Greek , oiation on speech day in Christ's hos-j pital, which, on a memorable occasion he listened, was not intelligible 'to him, save one word. That word was "Ow den" so pronounced and Mr. Harris I used to tell his friends privately how. lion. Sir Thomas, fondly supf- ising that 22, 24, 26, 28 W. Washington Street Let Us Show You Our Carpets. DORRIS BROS. HOUSE'iFURMSHERS. T. W. CHAMBERLAIN LUMBER CO. -DEALERS 121- Lumlier, Lime, Cement, Doors and Sash, Mouldings, Building Material., Boxes. Etc. Office and Yard Corner Second Avenue and Jackson Street, SroitTI.Vil NOTE.'. These delightful evenings the bicycle club should give a club run. Quite a crowd would turn out. A tourist dropped Into the P.. nte Javins Co.'s this morning and re marked that theirs was the finest store he had seen since leaving the east. He was referring to their photo and bi cycle r pair departments. Mr. J. H. Marnett has put in a stock of the twisted spoke bicycles and the Uonte-Javins Oo.'s sundries. Mr. Bar nett is a capable business man and cyclists on the south side will do well to look over his stock. Think of it! Out here in Arizona a standard made 'bicycle, guaranteed by ihe largest bicycle concern in Phoenix, for of;.", days, at $21,511. you trying for that prize bicvele given away for the best picture I i Arc to be taken with the little gift camera? It is jusn a little over two months until thf prize is awarded. Get to work and win. The wheel is .he popular Ferris wheel. P.. J. lllff Coffee Delicious Sovereign The peer of all high grade coffees sold in Phoenix. More used, more enjoyed MOCHA & JAVA. than For any other ale only bv blend. Pl'HE I . W Dorris Clark s YOU WILL FIND A FAIRLY GOOD PLACE TO EAT Oysters and Nice Juicy Steaks. Dinner from 11:30 a. m. to 8 p. m. Open Until Midnight. List your real estate wi'Lh. The Loan & Investment Co. Evans 1 A. T. BRADLEY. Undertaker and Embalmer. LADY EMBALMER, Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend Ladies and Children. PHONE 841, 216 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. etiring from Business We offer for sale our entire Grocery Stock for cash, at money saving prices. Read the lists that follow: Lunch Tongue, 2 cans 55c Celluloid Starch, 3 pkgs 25c Roast and Corned lieef, 2 c'ns.25c Schilling's Baking Powder, 1 lb. can 40c 100 lb.s. Valley Flour $2.40 3 lb. Tomatoes, 2 cans 25C 2 lb. Tomatoes, per can I 0C j French Peas, per can I 5C Peas, hnest quality, 2 cans 2oC Peas, fair quality, 3 can? 25C i Schilling's Baking Powder String Beans, 3 cans 25c ' l lb. cans 20c Corn, Cedar Falls, per can.... I Oc ! 5 lb. can Baking Powder.... $ 1 .00 ! J Lks Cairo's counng hoap... I OC ! Jiird Seed, 1 package IOC 4 Cans Lye 25c! Rope, all sizes, 1 lb I 5c Tin Cow Milk, per can I Oc ; Flavoring Extracts, 1 bottle... 5ci oysters, cans 2oC .Masons Blacking, all sizes, lbx..5C American Sardines, ti cans. . .25C-! lb. Salt, 1 sack 5c Jockey Club Sardines, 1 can... I 5C I 5 lb. Salt, 1 sack I 0c QOCOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOO o e e o e S5.00 S7.50 S8.75 SI0.00 SI2.50 SI5.00 SI7.50, $20.00 o The fabric in every garment we sell is carefully selected and tested. The finishing and tailoring of our garments, the linings, and the reliable make-up of the "insides" 2 give them that different tone that sureness of lit and 2 0 permanent shape. O iff 'Always Picking" materials for the j w wail w WWiV JfWl Will you can find nothing better than we have I A MAN'S HEADGEAR Is the most important part of his "get up." His whole attire depends on the beauty of his HAT. Our lines of Fall Derbys, Fedoras and Cowboy Shapes elicit praise from all who have seen them. The designs are remark- bly handsome, and every customer is sure to be pleased, picked out for the Boys big and little for this fall's wear. The right sort at the right prices, and you don't have the back numbers to choose from : all nf?w. rlpan anri frp?h. ritrh Jl from the factories. Boys' Suits, ages from 3 to 8, three pieces, coat, O pants and fancy vests, the rAjft c aa newest things out ) I . JU 10 O.UU g O Boys' Suits, two pieces, double-breasted coat and j 4A 7 O pants, ages 8 to 15 I vM - JU ALL THAT'S NEW IN HATS IS HERE 2 Goldberg Bros Sh See the lines of STETSON, ROELOFFS and YOU-q MAN Shapes before you 0 -buy. g - : ' The largest stock ever Shown before in Phoenix, g A MAM'S HEADGEAR 8 , O 8 ITS I 1 KB lip sun iimimnn nniiep REMEMBER OUR FREE EMPLOYMENT OFHCJ o o 98Q000 till Willie YOU GET WHAT YOU DCA D'C ASK FOB. AT DI-nM O "CHERRY MALT." FOR a dnv.-nrisiit stiff cold in the head take BEAR'S COLD Ct'RE. 2. FOR a rval bad cold on the Ll'NOS take CHERRY MALT. BEAR has it. ;". and r,0c REMEMBER you get what you ask for and your PRESCRIP TION filled CORRECTLY. H, Up-to-Date Druggist, Keystone Pharmacy, SShSl 1. 6. Feekings. Merchant TaiSor. Call and inspect our stock of fall suitings before you buy. AVe can pave you money and guarantee you satisfaction in every respect. Y-; also carry samples for ladies' tailor made costumes, which we can make very cheap. 39 North First Ave. No More Work On the Sabbath. Mealy & AYilson. the proprietors of the largest photograph studio in Phoe nix, beg to inform the public that their studio will be entirely closed on Sun day, 14th inst., and every Sunday after wards. Studio 213, E. Washington St. Dr. HibbardF K'KdUtp SpCt'lHilSl 111 ' h r o n i c, Nervous, KidnAv. IT tit r ir ami Bladder diseases. His irt iwiiincnt nic rossimlu: to oxreptionHl ability, long ex perience and absolute reliability. Hw nu'ihods arc il wax-n ihe lant ami lu st. He m-ats scitMilifirally Sea.ual Debility and Seminal Weakness, iiiipli til y restoring their terrilile mi'lrriniiiiiiK romlitioii!. Spec ial and Private ilisonler.s with tht'ir poison ous ami dotruutiv effects specdilv and pcrtn nneiitly cured. No matter who has failnd Dr. Hibbard wil cure you ii your thm t.c ctiriihle. Cancers, Olrrrs and Kxternal Growths ioMiiel removed without the knife or severe Measures. TcMitnonialft at office. Delay is oanperoue. Jo not wait until too late. If jwts-iole always b exam ined by an exitert. Talk with him and judge yourself to hit integrity and ability. ronpultationFreo. Hours. 10 to V2, 1 to 3, ti to 7. Office and laboratory. ifi-2H Kouth Second Avenue, Hibbard Building. Thoenix, Arizona 1 10 lb. Salt, 1 sack I 5C I 25 11,. Salt, 1 sack 35c Shred Wheat Biscuit, 2 boxes.25C 1 Kit Mackerel. Itolleil Burlev, sack Bran, sack. Deviled llam, js., 4 cans 25c Fall Salmon, 1 can I OC Arbuckle's Coffee, 1 jikfr I 5C Star, Horse Shoe or Climax Tobacco, 1 lb 45C Soda Crackers, 1 lb 7C White and Pink Beans, 1 lb 4c ! Coal Oil, jicr gallon Icily Beans, 1 lb I oC ; (al Apples, 2 cans Dried Grapes 4C I Gal. Keg Pickles Calla Lilly Soap, 7 bars 25C 1 5 lbs Fancy Belleflower Apples.25C The above are only a few of our bargains. The Kessler-Boyle Grocery Co. Ffrst Avenue and Adams Street. ....$1.20 ...55C . ...55c 30C 65c ..$1.35 argasos, Fir.st-c-lass (HiAXCK GROVE mv in bearing. Forty acres of alfalfa un.lor Mari copa, canal: strictly lirst-class laml. Four-room brick hiiusv mi car lino; must bo sold soon. Host five-acre lots, clo-e in. to bo had fur the price asked. For particulars call at the ..Hire of ;. A. Spauldinir, No. 41 West Adams p: rt et. he- real Miss Wunder And count? , Miss Ga'obeigh I foar not. Ho seems to have money. Baltimore American. -THE- EXPERT Best Thing in SightlBiCYGLE nrl I REPAIRING. Land Adapted to Alfalfa and Fruit Growing IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CAL. RaDcheis ami Htockrocu from all over &ay it is a grand opening:. Many are now lo cating wntre mey ran have all the water needed at a low rate, bee RICE & LEIGHTON, AOKXT3 FOR IMPEBUI. LAND CO . 30 North Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. E. M. DEPEW & CO. Telephone 2511. 33 South First Avanua Coat and Suit Department. We are now prepared to show a most complete line of all that is new in coats, tailor suits, jackets, golf and walking skirts, the new automobiles, misses capes and Jackets, the latest slashed skirts, the new golf capes, French flannel waists in. great variety, silk waists in ail colors and styles, dres-sing sacques, bathing robes for ladies and gents, furs, the kind that ive can and do guarantee; in fact, we are better prepared than ever. This de partment has had our very best attention; nothing that could add to its completeness has been overlooked. AVe Invite your crit icism and inspection. AT- garments altered free of charge on the premises, under our own supervision. No two garments alike. All our garments are strictly controlled by us. As always money refunded on any sale not entirely" satisfactory, liring your cata logues and compare styles and prices. 1 E. A. SPAULDING. No. 41, West Adams Street. TELEPTTO? II.